Howard Willems died of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos on the job. Howard fought for a public registry of buildings that contain asbestos.

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THERE IS NO SAFE LEVEL OF
EXPOSURE TO ASBESTOS.

 

Howard’s Law (Bill 604) would make it mandatory for all Saskatchewan government or government regulated buildings that contain asbestos be included on an electronic registry accessible to the public. Read more.

 

 

“Everyone has the right to know when they go into a workplace or when they’re going into a building, is it safe…something as simple as knowing and putting on a mask going into those scenarios could have prevent all of that,” he says referring to his lung cancer. “People have to say enough is enough. We need to know.”

~ Howard Willems, 
CBC News Feb 23, 2012